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TitleThe Korean Peace Process and Civil Society [electronic resource] : Towards Strategic Peacebuilding / by Dong Jin Kim
ImprintCham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019
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Descript XV, 283 p. 2 illus. online resource


The Post-Cold War era witnessed a dramatic rise in breakthroughs for peace processes, including the Korean peninsula, between parties mired in protracted conflict. However, many such processes broke down within a short period of time. This book explores the possibilities for comprehensive and sustainable peacebuilding strategy in the Korean peace process, beyond reaching an agreement, by reviewing diverse peacebuilding activities from government and civil society. Dong Jin Kim is Irish Research Council and Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Cofund CAROLINE Fellow at the Irish School of Ecumenics, Trinity College Dublin, Republic of Ireland. He is currently seconded to Corrymeela, Northern Ireland. Dr Kim’s research focuses on sustainable peacebuilding in societies affected by protracted conflicts, such as Korea and Ireland


Chapter 1 Introduction: Peace Process and Civil Society Peacebuilding -- Chapter 2 Researching Peacebuilding in Korea: A Peace and Conflict Studies Approach -- Chapter 3 The Korean Conflict and Society: A Historical Context -- Chapter 4 The Ups and Downs of the Korean Peace Process: Domestic and Geo-politics -- Chapter 5 Bringing People Together: Interdependent Peacebuilding -- Chapter 6 Mobilising People in Response to State Violence: Building Just Peace -- Chapter 7 Cooperating with People in Need: Strategic Overlaps for Peacebuilding -- Chapter 8 Conclusion: Towards Strategic Peacebuilding

Peace Asia-Politics and government Security International International organization Economic development Social change Peace Studies. Asian Politics. International Security Studies. Conflict Studies. International Organization. Development and Social Change.


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